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Volume IX 



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Introduction • 1 




2 • Introduction 




Table Of Contents 



Activities 16 

Administration 54 

Faculty 60 

Classes 88 

Senior Family Album 124 

Organizations 148 

Our Friends 164 




Introduction • 3 



What Brings 

You To The 

Hospital Today? 



The question which opens almost ev- 
ery patient history has been echoed 
throughout the hospital thousands of 
times, but it also applies to the many 
others who come to the medical center 
each day. Medical care is not the only 
commodity to be obtained here. Every 
year a hundred or so individuals arrive 
not to receive treatment themselves, but 
with hopes and aspirations of giving as- 
sistance to others. Many come to the 
medical center daily in an effort to im- 
part to students the knowledge and skills 
acquired through years of experience. 
The ability to ask that leading question 
"What brings you to the hospital to- 
day?" often requires more than the abili- 
ty to speak. 





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Introduction • 5 




How Long Has 

This Problem 

Been Going 

On? 



The time interval between the onset 
and presentation of a patient's disease 
process is almost always critical. Many 
times the prognosis and treatment of 
acute versus chronic problems differ. 
Likewise, time has an effect on the pa- 
tient care plan. There is a difference in 
the assessment and differential of a pa- 
tient's status to the medical student, in- 
tern and resident. With time comes ex- 
posure and experiences which so often 
mark memories much more permanently 
than any written text. The phrase "a 
learning experience" is diagnostic of 
good medical training. 







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Introduction • 7 





Does Anything 
Make It Better 
Or Worse? 

Often the pain associated with disease 
can be further aggravated by activity or 
position. Also, many times pain can be 
lessened by a particular act such as the 
example of a decrease in peptic ulcer pain 
noted with food ingestion. Comparative- 
ly, the day of a medical student can get 
off to a bad start with the aggravation of 
lost lab work, eaten lecture tapes, or late 
rounds. But there are times when the 
outlook gets better. A satisfactory grade 
on a test, a snack, a rousing card game, or 
a smile on the face of a patient previous- 
ly too sick to smile, can often make a bad 
start better. 



Introduction • 9 



How Far Can 

You Walk 

Before 

You Get Short 

Of Breath? 

A great number of the patients pre- 
senting to the Medical Center have car- 
diopulmonary difficulties, making this 
question all important. Not to be over- 
looked, however, is the freshman hurry- 
ing to be on time for Neuro lectures, the 
junior attempting not to be late for 
rounds again, or the call team dropping 
everything to run through the wards at a 
"Code 99" page. A day in the functioning 
Medical Center is hardly ever slow-paced 
for the students, nurses, and housestaff. 
Many miles are covered in the space of 
each day whether it be in order to answer 
a page or to perform any of the other 
multiple necessary tasks. 





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How Long Will 
A Pint Last 
You? 

This question, often used to allow the 
patient to comfortably report an etiology 
for liver disease, is not only asked on the 
wards. Occasionally some of the stu- 
dents consider this idea philosophically 
during their free time and elect to do 
some experiements with human models. 
Whether involved in ethanol experimen- 
tation or not, the free time of a medical 
student is always well spent. Family, 
friends, and creative interests allow di- 
version for the medically oriented mind. 
Occasionally the best escape is a good 
game of pool. 



Introduction »13 



Losing Weight, 

Having Fevers, 

Or Sweating At 

Night Lately? 



These are the first three questions on a 
patient's Review of Systems and point to 
the possibility of severe systemic dis- 
ease. The astute physician attempts to 
pick up on any important signs or symp- 
toms that may help direct an appropriate 
workup. Every year, Dr. Loewenstein in- 
structs sophomore students on the fine 
art of history-taking. The soon-to-be 
medical interrogators are reassured with 
"Eighty-five per cent of the time, the pa- 
tient will tell you what is wrong with 
him." The hard part is asking direct 
questions in a manner which will uncov- 
er the patient's total medical problem. 





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Introduction • 15 




16 • Activities 



The Drug Fair 



"Ladies and Gentlemen, step right up to see the most potent pill 
ever popped in to the mouth of a patient!" The Drug Fair isn't 
exactly like the state fair but there are similarities. Each year drug 
companies display the latest remedies for age-old complaints. The 
detail men attempt to scratch the backs of future prescribers with 
food and helpful gadgets which defy description. 




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The Wives' Club 



This year the Wives' 
Club attempted to "Catch 
the Spring Fever of Fash- 
ion" with a preview of the 
newest clothes for the well- 
dressed man or woman. A 
portfolio of the best looks 
could be seen at the lun- 
cheon held at Steak and 
Ale. The menu was com- 
plete with fashions rang- 
ing sportwears to party 
dresses and tailored suits 
all generously supplied by 
Dillards. Lavish door prizes 
served as the perfect acces- 
sory for the well-groomed 
event. 



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Visitors Open Up Past And Future 



The Medical Center was pleased to have nu- 
merous distinguished visitors throughout the 
year. Governor Dave Treen aided LSU officials 
in the ground breaking ceremony for the up- 
coming hospital additions. The Man and 
Medicine class was visited by J. Woodfin Wil- 
son, M.D. portraying a Confederate surgeon. 




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Movie Series Gets Rave Reviews 




Activities • 23 



Sophomores Partied Up A Storm 




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The Crayfish Boil 



The people came in all sizes with everything from garbage can 
lids to beer flats and they weren't disappointed. Approximately 
250 hungry medical students and families were met by 2500 
pounds of steaming boiled crayfish with all the trimmings. The 
little beasts were peeled, sucked, and hugged depending on the 
eater's age and preference. Keith Christy and Co. imported the 
creatures from Eunice. With free flowing beer, all "passed a good 
time." 



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The Many Ways To Break Into Spring 



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medical students. Many took to the woods to 
obtain the wilderness. While some camped, oth- 
ers were vamped by the beach wildlife that they 
encountered during their attempt to get away 
from it all. One student found Easter Day par- 
ticularly exciting with the arrival of a 9 pound, 
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CADAVER BALL 



It is with pleasure that the 

Freshman Class 1980-81 of 

LSV School of Medicine in Shreveport 

requests the honor of your presence 

at the 6th annual 

Cadaver Bali 

Saturday, February 28, 1981 
8:30 p.m. - 1:00 a.m. 

Awards at 8:30 p.m. 
Shreveport Convention Center 

Music by Atchafalaya 



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The Bicknell Farm Party 



An almost annual affair, the Bicknell farm party is always 
remembered as a frolicking festivity. The lake was a source 
for lucky souls to catch some unlucky lower life forms. Food 
and drink were plentiful as evident by those individuals left 
lying around the field incapacitated by excesses of one or 
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to find out that this place is not really "a dun- 
geon full of racks, swinging pendulums, and 
student doctor-eating tigers with Professors Je- 
kyll and Hyde wielding whips and chains." The 
families were taken on a tour through the li- 
brary we don't know how to use, the microbi- 
ology lab some of us never saw, they listened to 
heart sounds that were 10 times louder than 
those of even the skinniest patient with a VSD, 
and watched a demonstration of all the latest, 
space-age, low bid video equipment available. 
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you may remember the irritating noises 
of the neighbor's stereo, latest quarrel, 
kids, and/or dog. You might conjure up 
the picture of a leaky faucet or too few 
parking places. The strange thing about 
Linwood is you never realize how much 
fun it was until you move away. 




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that any more ridiculous than becoming bell boy 
for your present resident because she can "make 

things pretty on you if you don't get the 

luggage" out of her car? Student life is so bizarre 
that lounging around a favorite monument or find- 
ing a G1P1 white male is no big deal. Congratula- 
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Seniors Take 1981 Softball Championship 




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March 18th, a "read let- 
ter" date in all medical 
schools, turned out to be 
no less important at 
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tions were on edge as 86 
persons ripped open their 
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time. 

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the class was pleased with 
the outcome. Those disap- 
pointed managed to lift 
their spirits at the party 
that followed. With the re- 
mainder of the day set 
aside for enjoyment, our 
group found numerous 
ways to celebrate Match 
Day. 

After graduation and the 
fearsome FLEX, we'll scat- 
ter to 25 cities in 18 states, 
to hospitals ranging from 
Johns Hopkins to Conway, 
another step nearer 
achievement of that noble 
goal - private practice. 







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Senior Banquet 



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This year, the senior awards were given to Keith 
Strain-Pediatrics Award, Dean Robinson-Psychiatry 
Award, Duane Broussard-Pathology Award, Earl Brown- 
Pathology Award, Philip Kinnebrew-Family Practice 
Award, Susan Williams-Hematology Award, Gene 
Pierce-Upjohn Award, Richard Byrd-Shreveport Medical 
Society Award, Art Feldman-Lewis T. Gottlieb Award, 
Chris Martinez-Orthopedics Award, Larry Koenig-Chan- 
cellor's Award, and Durwin Walker, Award for Highest 
Academic Average. 



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Activities • 53 




54 • Administration 




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Administration • 55 



DAVE TREEN 

Governor 




ROBERT C. HALL 

Assistant To The Dean 
Hospital Administration 




IKE MUSLOW, M.D. 

Dean 



ALLEN COPPING 

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PERRY G. RIGBY, M.D. 

Associate Dean 





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Assistant Dean For Student Affairs 



WILLIAM T. MCELROY, JR., PH.D. 

Associate Dean For Admissions And Records 




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Director Of Continuing Medical Education 



STANLEY H. ABADIE, PH.D. 

Dean School Of Allied Health Professions 



Administration • 57 




L. Calhoun Allen 

Associate Coordinator of Plans and Programs 



Robert R. Graves 

Executive Assistant to the Dean 



L. M. Frazier, Jr. 

Veterans Adminisitration Hosp. Director 




Mac Griffith 

Director of Information Services/Grants 
and Contracts 



Jerry Davis 

Director of Computational Resources 



Mitchell D. Monsour 

Assistant Administrator 




Samuel E. Shomer 

Assistant to the Dean for Business Affairs 



Dennis Pernotto, Ph. D. 

Director of Medical Communications 



Dick Chandler 

Director-Purchasing and Materials 
Management 



58 • Administration 




Wally Savell 

Directory of Physical Plant 



Gary Harkey 

Director of Accounting Services 



Nancy Rodwell 

Associate Director for Student Financial Aid 




Joe M. Miciotto 

Assistant Administrator 



George R. Meneely, M.D. 

Cordinator of Plans and Programs 



Administration • 59 




60 • Faculty 




Faculty • 61 




62 * Faculty 



Adrian F. Reed, M.D., Ph.D. 

Cornell University (Ph. D.) 

Tulane University (M.D.) 

Emeritus Professor 



Joe Edward Penny, Ph.D. 

University of Oklahoma 




Christopher C. K. Leung, Ph.D. 

Thomas Jefferson Univ. -Philadelphia, Pa. 



Gary Truett Bazer, Ph.D. 

LSU Medical Center-Shreveport 



David S. Knight, Ph. D. 

Tulane Univ. School of Medicine 




Robert C. Clawson, Ph.D. 

Loyola University-Chicago, 111. 



William M. Steven, Ph.D. 

University of North Dakota 





Sidney R. Grimes, Jr., Ph. D. 

Assistant Professor 



Richard A. Lawrence, Ph.D. 

University of Wisconsin 




Robert L. Smith, Ph.D. 

University of Tennessee 




F. Scott Kennedy, Ph.D. 

University of Illinois 



Guilford G. Rudolph, Ph.D. 

University of Utah-Department Head 



BIOCHEMISTRY 







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Michael N. Blackburn, Ph.D. 

University of California 



Anita C. Olson, Ph.D. 

University of Oklahoma 




Lewis T. Graham, Jr., Ph.D. 

Indiana University 




Emit Kotcher, Sc.D. 

Johns Hopkins University-Department Head 



(biometry) 



Rodney D. Berg, Ph.D. 

University of Texas 



Harry E. Gilleland, Jr., Ph.D. 

University of Georgia 





William A. Vekovius, Ph.D. 

Louisiana State University 



Paul Donaldson, Ph.D. 

University of Wisconsin 



Richard M. Jamison, Ph.D. 

Baylor University 



Faculty • 65 




(pathology) 



Irwan D. Sanusi, M.D. 

Airlangga University-Indonesia 




Marjorie R. Fowler, M.D. 

LSU Med Center in New Orleans 



Paris Constantinides, M.D., Ph.D. 

University of Vienna 
University of Montreal 



Faculty • 67 




Helmut M. Redetzki, M.D 

University of Hamburg 
Head of the Department 



Joseph E. Manno, Ph.D. 

Indiana University 



John W. Dailey, Ph.D. 

University of Virginia 




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John- J. Stewart 

University of Wisconsin 






Charles D. Wood, Ph.D. 




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University of Arizona 




Barbara R. Manno, Ph.D. 

Indiana University 



John T. Wilson, M.D. 

Tulane University 



(physiology) 




William T. McElroy, Jr., Ph.D. 

Stanford University 



Kermit A. Caar, Jr., Ph.D. 

University of Mississippi 



Tomas C. Welbourne, Ph.D. 

University of Tennessee 



Faculty • 69 




Arthur T. Fort, M.D. 

University of Tennessee 
Professor and Acting Chairman 



Grover C. Black, Jr., M.D. 

Clinical Associate Professor 
Director of Family Practice Residency-E.A. Conway 






Terry C. Davis, Ph.D. 

Clinical Psychologist 



Marilyn T. Taylor, R.D. 

Dietician 



Marion N. Cash, M.D. 

LSU School of Medicine-Shreveport 

Instructor 




Charles R. Sias, M.D. 

University of Rochester 
Assistant Professor 



R. Jean Hunter, M.D. 

University of Arkansas-Pediatrics 
Director of Comprehensive Care Clinic 




Burton C. West, M.D. 

Cornell University 



Joseph E. Loewenstein, M.D. 

Washington University 



Stephen T. Brown, III, M.D. 

University of Missouri 




Darryl M. Williams, M.D. 

Baylor University 



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Stephen G. Jenkinson, M.D. 

LSU Medical Center-Shreveport 



Robert E. Wolf, M.D. 

Univer. of Texas-Galveston 



Alan B. Grosbach, M.D. 

Indiana University 



Joyce Redetzki, M.D. 

Univer. of Texas-Galveston 



James W. Johnson, M.D. 

Tulane University 




Ronald B. George, M.D. 

Tulane University 




Henry G. Han ley, M.D. 

Professor and Head of Cardiology 




Michael R. Jones, M.D. 

Assistant Professor 



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Faculty • 73 




Larry J. Embree, M.D. 

University of Arkansas 
Head of the Department 



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74 • Faculty 




Christoph Yung, M.D. 

National Taiwan University 

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John T. Brauchi, M.D. 

University of Oklahoma-Department Head 




John D. Lane, Ph.D. 

Indiana University 



Joel L. Steinberg, M.D. 

University of Illinois 



John H. Allen, Ph.D. 

Pennsylvania State Univer. 




Karen S. Allen, Ph.D. 

University of Maryland 



Donald R. Cherek, Ph.D. 

University of Minnesota 



Ronald Nathan, Ph.D. 

University of Houston 




( pediatrics) 



Ramasubbareddy Dhanireddy, M.D. 

Neonatology 



76 • Pediatrics 




Gary J. Levy, M.D. 

State Univer. of New York 
Hematology/Oncology 




Richard McConnell, M.D. 

University of Texas 
Director of Pediatric Intensive Care 



Khin Swe Lay, M.B.B.S. 

Rangoon Arts and Sciences U. (Burma) 
Neonatology 




Robert McVie, M.D. 

Medical College of Wisconsin 
Endocrinology 




Cheng W. Yu, Ph.D. 

Montana State University 
Medical Genetics 



Bettina Hilman, M.D. 

LSU Medical Center - N.O. 
Pulmonary/Allergy 



Arun Pramanik, M.D. 

Medical College of India 
Neonatology 



Pediatrics • 77 




Daniel A. Right mire 

Assistant Professor 



John Maihles, Ph. D. 

University of Tennessee 



Alvin H. Lassen 

Associate Professor 




78 • Faculty 



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Gunnar Cederbom, M.D. 

University of Goteborg, Sweden 



Feraydoon Bahrassa, M.D. 

University of Tehran 



Linda A. Nail, M.D. 

University of Arkansas 




Justin J. Wo] f son, M.D. 

University of Nebraska 



George R. Grimes, M.D. 

Temple University 



Ami I J. Gerlock, M.D. 

Medical College of Georgia 




Fidelity • 79 




William Y. Tucker, M.D. 

Bowman Gray 
Assistant Professor 



Joel Williamson, M.D. 

Tulane University 
Associate Professor 



Michael S. Rohr, M.D., PH.D. 

Tulane University 
Associate Professor 






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John C. McDonald, M.D. 

Tulane University 
Professor and Chairman 



( surgery) 



Ronald C. Golinger, M.D. 

New York University 
Assistant Professor 




Frank B. Gelder, Ph.D. 

Ohio State University 
Assistant Professor 



Miguel V. Mora, M.D. 

San Carlos Medical School-Univ. of 
Madrid 




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Leonard I. Goldman, M.D. 

University of Western Ontario 
Professor and Vice-Chairman 



Louis H. Barr, M.D. 

Assistant Professor 



S. /. Danna, M.D. 

Tulane University 
Associate Professor 




Edwin Deitch, M.D. 

Assistant Professor 
Burn Unit 




John Lucas, M.D. 

Assistant Professor 
Neurosurgery 



Williams P. Spillers, M.D. 

Loyola University (Illinois) 
Assistant Professor 



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Tulane University 
Associate Professor 



Benjamin M. Rush, M.D. 

Lsu Medical Center-N.O. 



John B. Pietsch, M.D. 

University of Michigan 
Assistant Professor 






Jack W. Pou, M.D. 

Otolaryngology- Dept. Head 



James A. Albright, M.D. 

Orthopedics-Dept. Head 




James P. Ganley, M.D., Dr. P.H. 

Ophthalmology-Dept. Head 




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Subrata Saha, Ph.D. 

Orthopedics 



/ L. Ewing, M.D. 

Urology-Chief, V.A. Medical Center 



Dennis D. Venable, M.D. 

Urology 




C. £. Postell Spurlock, M.D. 

Anesthesiology 



Elisabeth W. Schonlau, M.D. 

Anesthesiology 



Orlando Garcia-Piedra, M.D. 

Anesthesiology 




Joe N. Ross, MS RRT 

Anesthesiology 



F. Glenn Sholte, M.D. 

Anesthesiology 



Glen R. Saucier, M.D. 

Anesthesiology 




AUDIOLOGY-(Left to Right) Gordon Schuckers, Ph.D., Brenda Rabalais, Barbara Zimmerman, Ph.D., Mary Pannbacker, Ph.D. -Program Director, Gay 
Wolcott, Maribeth Warren, and Marsha Prather. 




Stephen Jenkinson, M.D. -Medical Director, Cardiopulmonary Science 



84 • Faculty 




MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY-(Left to Right) Dr. R. Leroy Little, Medical Director, Dr. S. Maria Hardy, and Mr. Herbert W. Goad, Educational Coordinator. 




CARDIOPULMONARY SCIENCE-Betty Johnson and Danny Edwards, M.S., R.RT., Program Director. 



Faculty • 85 




86 • Faculty 




Walter Morton, M.L.S. 

University of Texas 
Assistant Professor-Cataloguing Dept. 




Marilyn Rogers, M.L.S. 

LSU in Baton Rouge 
Instructor-Serials Department 







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LSU in Baton Rouge 
Instructor-Reference Department 





Marianne Puckett, M.L.S. 

LSU in Baton Rouge 
Instructor-Circulation Department 



Elizabeth Peatross, B.S. 

Louisiana Tech University 
Assistant Professor-Acquisitions 




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Classes • 89 



President 

Secretary 
Social Chairmen 



SENIORS 

CLASS OFFICERS 

Rodney Wise Vice President Tommy 

Latiolais 
Donald Posner Treasurer Pop Lohmeyer 

Danny Murphy And Ronnie Lambert 



The Quest 

Long ago, in a land far away, a troupe of one hundred and four men and women set out on a four 
year journey, a journey of knowledge, understanding and glory. Sadly, a few were after only 
materialistic ideals. But, together, they were gathered from distant places by a wise council to be 
put to the test of endurance and survival. 

They were sent to a mighty fortress, dark and foreboding. Immediately, repressive loads of work 
and voluminous amounts of written material Were piled higher and higher upon this brave lot. 
Mental anguish and fear soon worked its way into their minds and hearts. A few faltered and quit 
the quest. Most hung on. One woman exclaimed, "I came to learn. To learn, not to memorize 
endless, intricate, useless detail. The mind must think!" No reply. She left the quest to think. 
(Later, she returned with another troupe to fight for the goal, no matter the means.) A lessening of 
the pressure occurred, and spring brought new life to a tattered group. But their trials were not 
over. Unreasonable and insensitive demands were asked of them. They challenged the authority, 
the organization and were labeled trouble-makers. Finally, they acquiesced to the demands, 
knowing their futures would be jeopardized if they embarrassed the learned ones. A hard lesson, 
but compromise was achieved. They passed the first test, most of them. Some were swept by the 
wayside. 

Test Number II: Immediately, these pilgrims knew the battle was soon to ensue. Slander, verbal 
and mental abuse were heaped upon their heads from one factor. The other side, led by a white 
haired wizard, General Paresis, poured forth knowledge, horrendous amounts of knowledge. But 
he had a good crew, and they had ingenious ways of imparting vital facts to the weariest of the 
weary. 

Then, in a puff of phosphorescent smoke, the covey of alchemists appeared from nowhere, 
babbling in foreign tongues and proclaiming their voodoo medicine. Soon our jaded troupe was 
bewitched into believing in potions and lotions for every malady and commotion. 

Kerplop! The bubble burst. The dreaded day had arrived, and fear spread like a ripple spreading 
across a limpid pool. The ungiving master stole menacingly into the chamber. He said with his 
maniacal smile, "This is it. We'll either make you or break you. And we don't really like your 
reputation. We'll work on that. First, your attire is less than suitable. And missing a lesson is equal 
to self-destruction. Welcome to my world, and tremble." So it began, an unending attempt to break 
the spirit and faith of previously happy souls. But most survived. And unfortunately, a few more 
were swept by the wayside. 

"Half-way through," they thought. "We are destined to make it now." The doors to the fortress 
were opened wide, and the warriors were off to the battleground. Dearth conditions, drudgery, 
horror, repression and intimidation surrounded them from every side as they entered those 
unhallowed halls. But there, they began to realize the unbelievable amount of work to be done, and 
so they set out to do it. Even against the resistance they felt by those supposedly teaching them, the 
real teachers taught them things no volume of words could ever explain. Those teachers, some- 
times the victims, taught through living and through dying. Yes, their lives were given so that 
these might heal others in the future, and if not to heal, to understand. 

The troupe now could see the grail, the light at a distance. They. continued the fight, yet each saw 
something different to strive toward. The end of the quest was approaching, but the trials had just 
begun. Had the methods used upon them been unfair and unfeeling? Most answered, "Probably 
not, but much is left to learn in teaching and in doing. Change for the better is a constant 
phenomenon. We never stop learning. What we have learned is 'Life is learning.'" 

The wise council replied, "Well said, my young friends. Your time here is finished. Take these 
lessons and fill the world with yourselves." 

And so they did. 



Seniors 






CLASS OF 1981 



imuel Kirk Abshire, M.D. 

r. Walter O. Moss Regional 
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•aac Duane Broussard, M.D. 

rooke Army Medical Center 
in Antonio, Texas 
athology 



Robert Alston Barker, M.D. 

North Carolina Baptist 
Winston-Salem 
Family Practice 




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Earl Joseph Brown, M.D. 

LSU Hospital - Shreveport 
Pathology 



Bern Rex Boyett, M.D. 

University or Nebraska 

Omaha 

Family Practice 





Greene Stuart Butler, Jr., 
M.D. 

LSU Hospital - Shreveport 
Surgery 



Richard Lindsey Byrd, M.D. 

LSU Hospital - Shreveport 
Surgery 



David Albert, Cavanaugh, 
M.D. 

LSU Hospital - Shreveport 
Surgery 




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jndy E. Ca vender, Jr., M.D. 

niversity of Oklahoma 

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.'diatrics 




Spring Cloud, M.D. 

Ochsner Foundation 
New Orleans 




Wendell John Courtney, 
M.D. 

St. Louis University 
St. Louis, Missouri 
Obstetrics & Gynecology 



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Jack Lee Cox, Jr., M.D. 

Univ. of Texas Med. Branch 
Galveston 



Larry Dale Cox, M.D. 

LSU Hospital - Shreveport 
Flexible 



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'argaret Williams Cox, 
M.D. 

liv. of Texas Med. Branch 



Daniel Estes Crook, M.D. 

LSU Hospital - Shreveport 
Flexible 



William Timothy Day, M.D. 

Fulane Medical Center 
Now Orleans 



tienrge Valentine Evanoff, 
Jr., M.D. 

University of Texas 



Jeffrey Louis Evans, M.D. 

ISU Hospital - Shreveport 
Flexible 



Seniors 



SENIORS 






Arthur Michael Feldman, 
M.D., Ph.D. 

Johns Hopkins Hospital 
Baltimore, Maryland 
Medicine 



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Brendan Jerome Flynn, M.D. 

Baylor University Medical 

Center 
Dallas, Texas 
Pathology 





George Henry Fuller, Jr., 
M.D. 

Univ. of South Alabama 

Mobile 

Obstetrics & Gynecology 



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Henry Lawrence Gardiner, 
III, M.D. 

LSU Hospital - Shreveport 
Family Practice 



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Charles Jeffrey Goodgame, 
M.D. 

Oral Roberts University 
Tulsa, Oklahoma 
Family Practice 



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Beatrice Margaret Groene, 
M.D. 

LSU Hospital - Shreveport 
Psychiatry 



Mark Steven Grubb, M.D. 

Baylor University 
Houston, Texas 
Pediatrics 




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David Neal Hastings, M.D. 

LSU Hospital - Shreveport 
Urology 




LSU Hospital - Shreveport 
Surgery 



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Methodist Hospital - Dallas Flexible 

Anesthesiology 




LSU Hospital - Shreveport 
Obstetrics & Gynecology 



Dallas, Texas 
Pediatrics 







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William Philip Kinnebrew, 
M.D. 

LSU Hospital - Shreveport 
Family Practice 



William Edgar Kintzing, 
M.D. 

LSU Hospital - Shreveport 
Surgery 



Wanda Kay Knight, M.D. 

University of Alabama 

Birmingham 

Medicine 



Allen Lee Knowles, III, M.D.I 

United Hospital Center 
Clarksburg, West Virginia 
Family Practice 



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Lawrence Nathan Koenig, 
M.D. 

University of Oregon - 

Portland 
Flexible 



Melanie Kay Kohout, M.D. 

Naval Regional Medical Ctr 
San Diego, California 
Basic Surgery 



Phillip Conrad Lafleur, M.D. 

Naval Regional Medical Ctr. 
San Diego, California 
Basic Psychiatry 




Charles Eliot Lyon, M.D. 

University of North Carolina 
Chapel Hill 
Ophthalmology 



Joseph Christopher Martinez, 
M.D. 

LSU Hospital - Shreveport 
Orthopedic Surgery 



James William McCanless, 
M.D. 

LSU Hospital - Shreveport 
Flexible 



John Marshall McKenzie, 
M.D. 

LSU Hospital - Shreveport 
Family Practice 



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L.wren Jane Mickey, M.D. 

LSU Hospital - Shreveport 
Otolaryngology 



G.irl.md Dupre Miller, Jr., 
M.D. 



Richard C. Mooney, M.D. 

LSU Hospital - Shreveport 
Obstetrics & Gynecology 







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Ronald Jack Morgan, M.D. 

LSU Hospital - Shreveport 
Obstetrics & Gynecology 



Daniel Charles Murphy, 
M.D. 

Lafayette Charity Hospital 
Flexible 



Deborah Remont Myers, 
M.D. 



Michael Dean Neill, M.D. 

Ochsner Foundation 
New Orleans 
Surgery 



Michael Wayne Owens, 
M.D. 

LSU Hospital - Shreveport 
Flexible 




\ 'olncy Eugene Pierce, Jr., 
M.D. 

University of Mississippi- 
Jackson 
Medicine 



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(George Haynes Pope, M.D. 

Tulane Medical Center 
New Orleans 
Otolaryngology 




Donald Iran Posner, M.D. 

Lugcne Talmadge Hospital 
Augusta, Georgia 
Medicine 



John Marcus Price, M.D. 

LSU Hospital - Shreveport 
Flexible 





Michael Shane Racca, M.D. 

L.irl K. Long Hospital 
Baton Rouge 
Medicine 






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James Glenn Robichcaux, 
M.D. 

Baptist Memorial Hospital 
Memphis, Tennessee 
Pathology 



Dean Edward Robinson, 
M.D. 

1 SU Hospital - Shreveport 



Thomas Jason Sanders, M.D. 

LSU Hospital - Shreveport 



lames Bernard Short, Jr., 
M.D. 

Ciady Memorial Hospital 



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'.andall Dawson Sibley, 
M.D. 

:. Josephs Hosptial 
hoenix, Arizona 
adiology 



Larry Lamar Smith, M.D. 

LSU Hospital - Shreveport 
Flexible 



William Marcus Spurlock, 
M.D. 

LSU Hospital - Shreveport 
Family Practice 







heryl Lynn Stogner, M.D. 

William Shands Hospital 
iainesville, Florida 
inesthesiology 



Keith Eliot Stmin, M.D. 




Pediatrics 




Terry Randolph Tugwell, 
M.D. 

LSU Hospital - Shreveport 
Flexible 



Daniel Wayne Tuitchell, 
M.D. 

LSU Hospital - Shreveport 
Flexible 





Harold David Tyler, M.D. 

LSU Hospital - Shreveport 




Jurwin DeWayne Walker, 
M.D. 

loanoke Memorial Hospital 
loanokc, Virginia 
amily Practice 




Robert Michael Walker, 
M.D. 

LSU Hospital - Shreveport 
Radiology 



John Joseph Ward, M.D. 




Raymond Gordon Watts, 
M.D. 

University Hospital 
1 ittle Rock, Arkansas 



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.Si/n.m; Van Hook Williams, 
M.D. 

LSU Hospital - Shreveport 
Medii ine 




todney Bryan Wise, M.D. 

SU Hospital - Shreveport 
)bstetrics & Gvnecoloev 



David Wayne Woods, M.D. 

Roanoke Mcmrial Hospital 
Roanoke, Virginia 
Family Practice 



Forrest Holt Wright, M.D. 

1 SU Hospital - Shreveport 
Suigery 



Henry Thomas Young, Jr., 
M.D. 

1 SI' Hospital - Shreveport 
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Admit H and PE 

Chief Complaint - overworked, unpaid, and unrespected 

Present Illness - Pt is a 3 yr old MS with prolonged hx of 
night call, lengthy workups, ward rounds x 3 per day, and 
vital sign checks q 1 hr throughout the night while the 
resident sleeps (the old "Feces runs downhill" treatment 
plan.) Pt has been in previous good health up to the start of 
this year. 

Past medical illness - various infectious diseases acquired 
throughout the Peds rotation - salmonella diarrhea, Pyarth- 
rosis of the rt shoulder, and failure to thrive. 

Allergies - Comp Care Clinic 

Meds - Whatever available 

Physical exam - WNL with the exception of pt's uncon- 
scious tendency to walk to the radiology file room or snarl 
at the ladies in the lab office. 

Assessment - 

1) Depression 

2) Exhaustion 



Plan 



1) A long nap 

2) Pray for the senior year to come 



96 • Juniors 



President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Social Chairmen 



Ted Warren 

Russell Tynes 

Darrell Barnett 

Melanie Firmin 

Keith Christy, Ted Ledet 




Alleman, Tony Leon 

Lafayette, Louisiana 

Ballard, Richard Ingram 

Farmerville, Louisiana 

Bryan, David Garland 

Downsville, Louisiana 

Firmin, Melanie Crump 

Pineville. Louisiana 



Grand, Harrell Anthony 

Lafayette, Louisiana 

Hesemann, Cathy Sue 

Toledo, Ohio 

Jones, Patrick Gary 

Sterlington, Louisiana 

Lahasky, Robert Edward 

New Iberia, Louisiana 

Nelson, Lori 

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 



. Procell. Billv Ray 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Rice, Joe Crosby 

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

Rundell, James Ray 

Delhi, Louisiana 

Small, Virginia Williams 

Bossier City, Louisiana 

Wong, Robert Joe 

Shreveport, Louisiana 



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Junior Group 2 was a capable little bunch, 

So we started our year with the Medicine crunch. 

Where lab work, x-rays, and gomers abound, 

Our lack of knowledge we soon found. 

Some future internist our group had, 

They made some of us look rather bad. 

In total confusion, we switched to the knife, 

To stamp out disease and promote better life, 

Big Mac, Dr. R and the whole surgery crew, 

Would ask those questions that made Ralph blue. 

The "Dude" and "My woman" would be out Sat. nights, 

We would try to rejoin what they cut in their fights. 

Mini-blocks came in late November, 

And our group got smaller, we all remember. 

No one let a lecture get in the way 

Of hunting for deer or ducks any day. 

Casino party marked the end of that rotation. 

We lost our money and went home for vacation. 

After our break, we started on Peds, 

And found out most of what a Crumb Grabber needs. 

The patients did fine, MS Ill's not so well, 

Most of us went home feeling like hell. 

We had all the diarrhea and pee we could take. 

Thank God it was time for a Psych break. 

Psychiatry was really quite a different service, 

The fact they were like us made most of us nervous. 

We gave 'em Haldo, Thorazine, and Navane, 

Then fixed what we messed up with a little Artane. 

The field trip to Central was our big treat. 

By the time we got there anything would have been neat. 

OB was our last new experience to be had. 

We all found out delivering babies wasn't too bad. 

From wards to clinics to I and D, 

Some Budding OB-GYN Dr.s we began to see. 

A few of the lectures were really a bore. 

We were looking towards June and being MS IVs. 

We had many experiences and learned quite a lot, 
Like buffing and turfing and which nurses are hot. 
We made Comp Care like good little Doc's. 
We didn't want our head on Ike's chopping block. 
When the year is up, We'll be one step away, 
From that glorious event they call Pay Day. 

Ted Ledet 



When the year begins with ten weeks of Medicine, there is little doubt that one 
might feel "pressured from the very beginning" and indeed we were. A sordid 
group we were, more like mix-n-match flatwear than fine silver, but functional 
nevertheless. The following memorable quotes can be matched to the column of 
names at left. 



1. T. Grand 

2. B. Procell 

3. R. Lahasky 

4. C. Heseman 

5. R. Wong 

6. R, Ballard 

7. J. Rundell 



a) "Of course, you know that we all realize" (must be read with 
a Jewish-Cajun accent and nasal tone and by necessity having 
nothing to do with the preceeding question) 

b) "But I am an American! My parents are American and I hate 
rice." 

c) "Oh, I thought if I changed my name to Cathy, I could get 
out of call on Friday." 

c) "How can you tell if it's a mechanical obstruction or a 

paralytic idiot?" 

e) "You have a good b me but you left it." 

r) "But I am an American! My parents are Americarirand I don't 

speak Spanish." 

g) "11:15! The Young and Restless started 15 minutes ago!" 



We were determined to become refined clinicans in the spring but "Big Byrd 
said we didn't have to." Only one thing is certain. Now, for all the learning 
experiences we ingeniously evaded, "we only cheated ourselves." 



Juniors • 99 



Bennos, Eric 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Bicknell, John Eric 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Broyles, Michael Otis 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Cassingham, Scott Franklin 

New Orleans, Louisiana 



Gallagher, Patrick Timothy 

Monroe, Louisiana 

Gates, James Lawrence 

Princeton, Louisiana 

Hardin, John Calvin, III 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Jackson, Robert Hutchinson 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Kessler, Charles Willis 

Shreveport, Louisiana 



Miller, Gladys Ann 

Lake Charles, Louisiana 

Nelson, Marti Waddad 

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

Perkins, Daniel Dale 

Lafayette, Louisiana 

Powell, Larry Dean 

Bossier City, Louisiana 

Willis, Brian Keith 

Shreveport, Louisiana 



Blanchard, Richard Joseph, Jr. 

Monroe, Louisiana 

Brown, Janet Derouen 

Lake Charles, Louisiana 

Dick, Keith Alan 

Oak Brook, Illinois 

Humble, Robert Lee 

Quitman, Louisiana 

Larson, Thayne R. 

Metairie, Louisiana 



Lester, Steven Gerard 

Npw Orleans, Louisiana 

McMaster, John Francis 

Wichita, Kansas 

Morgan, Cynthia Cook 

Nlatrhitorhes, Louisiana 

Morgan, Leslie Yarborough 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Potts, James Michael 

Shreveport, Louisiana 



Ralston, James George 

Pineville, Louisiana 

Reece, Gregory Paul 

Lake Charles, Louisiana 

Roberts, Thomas Steven 

Monroe, Louisiana 

Smith, William Carlton 

Ruston, Louisiana 




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We, in Group 3, learned that the real world of medicine 
proved to be much more enjoyable than the previous 2 years 
of academics. Much of our energy and unity, however, came 
from humor - the times we could laugh at ourselves and 
others. On Surgery, Scott firmly agreed with Dr. McDon- 
ald's belief that it's not so important what you say, as it is 
how loud you say it. Pat and Charles learned how to start a 
femoral IV on their first night of call. We also enjoyed Dr. 
Frank Anders' views on President Carter and Jim even man- 
aged to jam to "Free Bird" with Dr. Lucas on Neuro Surgery 
rounds. We really Ahh . . . enjoyed Ahh . . . Peds, particu- 
larly 1:00 AM rounds. Oh Psych, we perseverated to the 
tune of "I wanna go back to Hilltop" with sincerely success- 
ful Patti and Celebrated Coyote's first-born son with ci- 
gars on the trip to Central. In OB, Mike learned the "foot on 
the symphysis" method for any OP delivery whereas, John 
and Brian learned to deliver three at a time in the hall. We 
entered medicine last - less enthusiastically than the other 
rotations but made it through with a lot of laughs. 




Group 4 began the year 5 weeks late but then we had quite 
a year with quite a group. Cindy, Les, and Jim were married 
early on, and John was chased by those wild women at 
Central. T.R. found OB quite revealing! Little Billy collected 
parking tickets while living on the 9th floor and eating at 
Southern Kitchen. And did Jim really have Psych at the VA? 
We warned all the nursing students about Greg. Watch out 
for Killer! Thanks to Janet, we all passed at test time. And 
Keith, is there anything that he doesn't know about? Then 
there is Dickie and Steve, the cornerstones of the group. Not 
to be forgotten were Lee and Thayne, wherever they were. 



Juniors • 101 



Antony, Sam Overton, Jr. 

Alexandria, Louisiana 

Bailey, G. Vincent, Jr. 

Lake Charles, Louisiana 

Brown, Thomas Alan 

Converse, Louisiana 

Christy, Gilbert Keith 

Bossier City, Louisiana 



Dunphy, Cherie Hilborn 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Fletcher, Dennis Wayne 

Westlake, Louisiana 

Haynie, William Howard, Jr. 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Koch, Fernin Charles 

Covington, Louisiana 

McClelland, Scott Kindell 

Shreveport, Louisiana 



Moffett, Thomas Robert, Jr. 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Sheridan, Frank McCain 

Lake Charles, Louisiana 

Thompson, Bruce Alan 

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

Thompson, Charles Anthony 

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

Werntz, Sharon Claire 

Shreveport, Louisiana 



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Barnett, Darrell Stone 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Body, Carter Jesse 

Oakdale, Louisiana 

Dejean, Joseph Edwin, Jr. 

Beaumont, Texas 

Foster, Donald Leon 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Friedrich, Marsha L. 

Farmerville, Louisiana 



Hennigan, Cheryl Warren 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

High, Elaine Richard 

Houma, Louisiana 

Moore, Sevetri Dianne 

Stonewall, Louisiana 

Pintado, Susan Osterhold 

Arabi, Louisiana 

Rodriguez, Christa Prados 

Lafayette, Louisiana 



Small, James William, Jr. 

Bossier City, Louisiana 

Sullivan, Fred M., Jr. 

Coushatta, Louisiana 

Warren, Ted Broox 

Haughton, Louisiana 

White, Frederick Jefferson, III 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Williams, Roger Mark 

Lake Charles, Louisiana 












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102 • Juniors 




Junior Group 5 is a truly diverse group with such notables as the 
troll twins Tony and Bruce Thompson, the clown and Mardi Gras King 
Beau Koch, the Big Mac Sheridan, the infamous Phantom student - 
Dennis Fletcher, the quiet Sam Antony, Bubba Bob Moffett, Cherie 
Marie Dunphy, the Cowboys - Scott McClelland and Keith Christy, 
Tommy Brown who ain't worth killing, and our favorite Sharon 
Werntz. However, through this year we have learned to tolerate each 
others idiosyncrasies and also learned that perhaps we aren't so irre- 
trievably "different." 




Group 6 was close knit and ran on a basic sense of cooperation and 
friendship. We began the year on Psychiatry and ended on Pediatrics 
leaving our mark on every rotation in between. We learned much 
clinical medicine, but we also picked up on several obscure techniques - 
how to weigh a leg prosthesis by the differential method, how to prep 
and drape a male medical student for labor and deliver, how to begin an 
arterial IV, and how to take scrotal X-rays. In addition, we also became 
proficient at what is generally termed "scut." Although the root of this 
term is uncertain, the meaning is similar to that of other four letter 
words of its class. Our group was also noted for a particular sense of 
expectancy / and we all shared in the joy of the coming of a child to one 
of our members. Thus, our experiences were set to a standard of 
variety. It was, in all, a very good year. 




Juniors • 103 



JUNIORS 



Alexander, Michael Scott 

Houston, Texas 

Davis, Paul McMillian, III 

Alexandria, Louisiana 

Eddy, James Harvey 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Fuqua, William Mitchell 

Columbia, Tennessee 



Hughens, Harold Kennon 
Monroe, Louisiana 
Hunter, Leigh Kouns 
Shreveport, Louisiana 
Jackson, Morris Kent 
Shreveport, Louisiana 

Kirschner, Arlene Gay 
Covington, Louisiana 

Lilley, Clarke Douglas 
Shreveport, Louisiana 



Prejean, Charles Arthur 

Lafayette, Louisiana 

Rukavina, Mark Wistritch 

Metairie, Louisiana 

Scott, Susan Marie 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Van Hook, James Warren 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

White, Jean King 

Lake Charles, Louisiana 






104 • Juniors 




And I Could Have 
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Juniors • 105 



SOPHOMORES 



The Sophomore NTS welcomed the contributors of such noted authors as Frank 
Coma, M.D., Reg LaCrisp, Orf, Petey Wheatstraw, and A. Nickname. Their 
illustrious personalities penned some of the finest original works ever seen by the 
inside of a copy machine. 

We are pleased to be the first publication to release their inside stories: 

-"A note of explanation: A substantial portion of the lecture was not recorded due 
to tape recorder problems culminating in the consumption of a new tape by the 
foul instrument." 

-"NTS will not have a tape recorder available in the future. We are purchasing a 
videotape recorder, cameras, microphones, etc. in order to better record the lec- 
tures. Each student must provide his/her own videocassette available at a cost of 
$18.95. This was requested by Gunner's Committee of the Sophomore Class, 
Wayne Homza, Chairman." 

-"Predictions for 1981: 

1. Carter Keith will realize that we hold class on the fourth floor. 

2. The Cat and Upp will be elected Nursing School Big Brothers. 

3. Tim Vanderslice will be diagnosed as a narcoleptic. 

4. The Do will go out for cheerleader at Centenary. 

5. People who harassed Homza and Woolbert in the notes will all develop a 
naso-anal fistula." 

-"Let me say that I believe Dr. Redetzki to be unequivocally the most astute 
European we have ever tried to ignore." 

"Battlestar Viroid 

The last Viroid Spaceship leads a rag-tag group of medical students on a lonely 
quest for a shining title known as "Doctor." While being constantly attacked by 
the Trivions, this noble and somewhat perverted group must struggle day in and 
day out to survive in the hostile galaxy known as knee-deep in it. Having already 
beaten back attacks by the Anatoms, the Histologs, the Neuropennies, the Physio- 
dogs, the Rudolphchems, and the most feared and vile devils, the Microkodgers, 
this brave and sleepless lot must struggle on through nutmeg livers, Sabouraud's 
agar, caseating necrosis, alien lectures, and urban cowboys to reach the golden 
stethoscope. Will they make it? Can they overcome these huge odds and oddballs? 
Will their battlecry of "Beat it." carry them through? Tune in the next episode to 
find out." 



106 • Sophomores 



President 
Secretary 



CLASS OFFICERS 

Bennett Pearce Vice President Stephen Sessums 
Teri Barr Treasurer Keri Hodges 



Social Committee Gil Caillouet, Billy Hillman, Kevin Jeansonne, 

Cindy Norman 




SOPHOMORES 



Abraham, Timothy Joe 

Sulphur, Louisiana 

Allen, Andrea Jeanine 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Armistead, Charles W., Jr. 

Shreveport, Louisiana 



Armstrong, Mary Gayle 

Monroe, Louisiana 

Baker, John Wilder 

Thibodaux, Louisiana! 

Baker, Robin Lee 

Shreveport, Louisiana 



Barr, Teri Sue 

Monroe, Louisiana 

Briley, Randall James 

Monroe, Louisiana 

Brunsbn, Joan Elizabeth 

Pineville, Louisiana 



Butler, Daniel Louie, III 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Caillouet, Gilbert Eugene, Jr. 

Bdgalusa, Louisiana 

Dartez, Mary Ellen 

Kaplan, Louisian 

Degatur, Warren John, Jr. 

Breaux Bridge, Louisiana 

Desmond, Timothy Patrick 

New Orleans, Louisiana 



Doucet, Michael Francis 

Washington, Louisiana 

Flenniken, Roan Lee 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Friman, Thomas Berton 

Bossier City, Louisiana 



Glenn, David Wren 
Shreveport, Louisiana 
Goldstein, Mark Thomas 
Shreveport, Louisiana 
Griffin, Edward Alan 
Farmerville, Louisiana 



Hansen, Robert Henry, Jr. 

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

Harper, Richard Talmadge 

Monroe, Louisiana 

Harrington, Basil Scott 

Bossier City, Louisiana 




108 • Sophomores 



CLASS OF '83 




Harris, Milton Lanier, Jr. 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 
Haynie, Robert Davis 
Shreveport, Louisiana 
Hebert, Cullen Andrew 
Jennings, Louisiana 
Hillman, Billy Wray, Jr. 
Thibodaux, Louisiana 
Hodges, Keri Babine 
Winnsboro, Louisiana 



Holladay, Lynne Frances 
Springhill, Louisiana 
Hollier, Joseph Drake 
Ville Platte, Louisiana 
Homza, Wayne Joseph 
Shreveport, Louisiana 
Jeansonne, Kevin John 
Cottonport, Louisiana 
Johnson, Kenneth Travis, Jr. 
Lafayette, Louisiana 



Jorden, Armon Jack 
New Iberia, Louisiana 
Keith, Spurgeon Carter, III 
Grosse Point, Michigan 
Kerry, Robert Mark 
Boyce, Louisiana 
Knight, Daniel Robert 
Shreveport, Louisiana 
Knight, Dawn Camille 
Rayville, Louisiana 



Kupetz, Ira Sam 
Harvey, Louisiana 



LaBarre, Jacque Timothy 
Napoleonville, Louisiana 



Laird, Lisa Anne 

West Monroe, Louisiana 

Lawrence, James Madison, III 

New Orleans, Louisiana 

LeBato, Alan Lynn 

Lake Charles, Louisiana 

Ledbetter, Thomas Glenn 

Alexandria, Louisiana 

Lee, James Anthony 

West Monroe, Louisiana 



Lee, Jonathan Glen 
Lake Charles, Louisiana 
Mahoney, James Leo 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 
Majeste, f Rickey Michael 
New Orleans, Louisiana 
Marcon, Margaret Angelina 
Lake Charles, Louisiana 
Mauroner, Richard Franklin 
Shreveport, Louisiana 




Sophomores • 109 



SOPHOMORES 



McCorkle, Don Arthur 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Megison, Donald Philip 

Shreveport, Louisiana 



Mellon, Dorothy Lyles 

Mansfield, Louisiana 

Moore, Robert Weldon 

Bossier City, Louisiana 



Morin, Michael Joseph 

Lake Charles, Louisiana 

Nelson Antonio 

Bossier City, Louisiana 

Nelson, John Douglas 

Sulphur, Louisiana 

Nickerson, James Maynard 

Lafayette, Louisiana 

Norman, Cindy Rae 

Shreveport, Louisiana 



Norwood, Patricia Ann 

Lafayette, Louisiana 

Pearce, Frank Bennett 

Alexandria, Louisiana 

Pelletier, Allen Lewis 

Lafayette, Louisiana 

Pesnell, Joseph Gregory 

Simsboro, Louisiana 

Ramey, David Franklin 

Greenwell Springs, Louisiana 



Ramsey, Ricky Lee 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Robbins, James Lewis, Jr. 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Robinson, E.B., II 

Homer, Louisiana 

Rushing, Donna Jane 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Sarcar, Manash Kumar 

Borger, Texas 



Schmidt, Clinton Charles 
Montgomery, Alabama 



Schofield, Carl N. 
New Orleans, Louisiana 



110 • Sophomores 




CLASS OF '83 




Schuler, Paul Minor 
New Orleans, Louisiana 
Seal, Stephen Randall 
Shreveport, Louisiana 
Sessums, Stephen Olaf 
Zachary, Louisiana 
Shelton, Mark Vance 
Winnfield, Louisiana 
Sherrod, Laura Frances 
Monroe, Louisiana 



Sittig, Kevin Mark 
Crowley, Louisiana 
Smith, Stephen Alan 
Bossier City, Louisiana 
Strong, Thomas Cleveland 
Minden, Louisiana 
Sullivan, Kenneth Wayne 
West Monroe, Louisiana 
Tassin, Robert Lane 
Alexandria, Louisiana 



Taylor, Ronald Bernard 
Bossier City, Louisiana 
Thoma, Todd Gary 
Shreveport, Louisiana 



Thompson, Barbara Terry 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 
Toce, Paul Marion 
Lafayette, Louisiana 



Turnage, Richard Hampton 
Bossier City, Louisiana 
Unkel, Steven Patrick 
Lake Charles, Louisiana 



Upp, James Robert, Jr. 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 
Vanderslice, Timothy Lee 
Bossier City, Louisiana 
Waddill, James Roger 
Newellton, Louisiana 
Waltman, Claire 
Ruston, Louisiana 
Ward, Mary Catherine 
Lake Charles, Louisiana 



Webb, George Wyatt 
Pineville, Louisiana 
Webb, William Frederic 
Shreveport, Louisiana 
Weissmann, Jeffrey R. 
Covington, Louisiana 
Woolbert, Samuel Carlin 
Keithville, Louisiana 
Zakris, James Joseph 
Bossier City, Louisiana 



Sophomores • 111 



FRESHMEN 



June 2, 1981 

MED STUDENTS HELD HOSTAGE: 

Day 273 - Freedom (well, summer) 

LSUMC-Shreveport - Their demands having been met, 
officials here have announced the release of the 105 hos- 
tages held captive on the eighth floor since September. 
When released, the ex-hostages appeared exhausted and 
very confused. Many were incoherent but others comment- 
ed on the harsh conditions: "For months we were forced to 
live up to our pinnas in greasy, grimy, gross, cadaver guts. 
We ate, breathed, and drank gross (ever try Parotid Help- 
er?) and there was this crazy guy who tried to tell us he was 
a uterus." 

After Christmas the hostages were forced-fed an unde- 
finable substance called "Nemo". One victim explained: 
"This whole operation was run by a guy who resembled a 
cross between Mr. Rodgers and Atilla the Hun. One of his 
henchmen was that crazy guy again. This time he pretend- 
ed to be a Purkinje cell and kept saying something about 
having a 'long axon'." He continued, "and Spring was the 
worst, they made us play all the time. You know, softball, 
tennis, the works. Some guys even had to play golf!" 

So what's in store for the ex-hostages now? Many will 
follow Jeff Johnson in search of that "Great Catfish 
House". Others will accompany Ed Ray, trying to define 
"optimal enzyme activity". Finally, Neal Aguillard, resi- 
dent mercenary will become Reagan's advisor to El Salva- 
dor. This is only for the Summer, however, because next 
year it all begins again. And the year after that, and the year 
after that ... 



112 • Freshmen 



President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Social Chairman 



Buddy Ritchie 

John Connelly 

Lori Barr 

Karen Dantin 

Jo Ann Alley 




FRESHMEN 



Aguillard, Robert Neal 

Eunice, louisiana 

Allain, Joseph Michael 

Abbeville, Louisiana 

Alley, Jo Ann 

Lake Charles, Louisiana 

Barr, Lori Lee 

Metairie, Louisiana 

Binnings, Clement Burke, Jr. 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Blanchard, Stephen Paul 

Monroe, Louisiana 

Booker, James Gary 

Mansfield, Louisiana 

Boudreaux, Brent James 

Ruston, Louisiana 

Callegan, Cherye Celeste 

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

Cargile, Robert Michael 

Lake Charles, Louisiana 

Carter, John Richard 

Monroe, Louisiana 

Castellanos, F. Xavier 

New Orleans, Louisiana 

Champagne, Melanie Ann 

Leonville, Louisiana 

Chandler, Berry Marshall 

Zachary, Louisiana 

Cole, Martha Lynn 

Haynesville, Louisiana 



Connelly, John Henry 

Leesville, Louisiana 

Corpier, Cindy Lou 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Courville, Craig Steven 

Lake Charles, Louisiana 

Crews, James Charles 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Curry, Robert Lee, IV 

Monroe, Louisiana 



Dantin, Karen Carmille 

Galliano, Louisiana 

Dennis, William Henry, Jr. 

Bullard, Texas 




DePrato, Debra Katherine 

Ferriday, Louisiana 

Derrick, Judy Denay 

Stonewall, Louisiana 




Doyle, William Anthony 

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

Easterling, Larry Edward 

Monroe, Louisiana 

Edwards, Robert Lee 

Cotton Valley, Louisiana 

Fabacher, Philip Jules 

Iota, Louisiana 

Finck, John Henry 

Bossier City, Louisiana 




114 • Freshmen 



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Freer, Douglas Hall, D.P.M. 
San Diego, California 
Gatlin, Deborah Elizabeth 
Kenner, Louisiana 
Gibson, Hubert Cameron, III 
Sulphur, Louisiana 
Godley, Clifford E., Jr. 
Lake Providence, Louisiana 
Gremillion, Charles Martin, Jr. 
Bunkie, Louisiana 



Gullatt, Thomas James 
Plaquemine, Louisiana 
Hamm, Jeffery Thomas 
Shreveport, Louisiana 



Harter, Scott Bennett 
Shreveport, Louisiana 
Haynes, William mark 
Homer, Louisiana 



Hays, Randall L. 
Monroe, Louisiana 
Hendry, Phyllis Lillian 
Minden, Louisiana 



Hoover, Don Leo 
Independence, Louisiana 
Hussey, Jay Winston 
Metairie, Louisiana 
Hussey, Nancy Deihl 
New Orleans, Louisiana 
John, Thomas Michael 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 
Johnson, Jeffery Adrian 
Franklinton, Louisiana 



Jones, Theresa Diane 
Sterlington, Louisiana 
Jordan, Manley McRae 
Winnsboro, Louisiana 
Kendrick, Terry Wayne 
Dubach, Louisiana 
Kendrick, Terry Wayne 
Dubach, Louisiana 
Lanier, James LeRay, Jr. 
Crowville, Louisiana 
Lassere, Richard John 
Ville Platte, Lousisana 

Lindsey, Kevin Kenneth 
Belle Chasse, Louisiana 
Litton, Ronald Gregory 
Slidell, Louisiana 
Long, Cecil Allen 
Monroe, Louisiana 
Mack, Susan Ann 
Shreveport, Louisiana 
Marshall, Robert Pleasant 
Shreveport, Louisiana 



Freshmen • IIS 



FRESHMEN 



Maxey, Harold Craig 
Jonesboro, Louisiana 



Mays, Stan Jethro 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 



McCarthy, James Maddock, Jr. 
Opelousas, Louisiana 



McCathran, Charles Eric 

Vivian, Louisiana 

McDonald, William Scott 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

McGilF/William Edward, III 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

McGrew, Christopher Alan 

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

McKinney, Michael Eugene 

Many, Louisiana 



Moore, Brian Thomas 

Alexandria Louisiana 

Musgrow, Deirdre Marietta 

Minden, Louisiana 

Myers, Sandra Rae 

Bossier City, Louisiana 

Olmsted, Thomas Russell 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Parks, Dennis Leroy 

Sulphur, Louisiana 



Phillips, Michael Jerome 

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

Provenza, John Mark 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Richter, Randy Conrad 

Haughton, Louisiana 

Ridenour, Carol Reeves 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Rigby, Dean Kevin 

Lake Charles, Louisiana 



Riggins, William Sledge, Jr. 

Dallas, Texas 

Ritchey, Christopher Paul 

Lafayette, Louisiana 

Ritchie, Norman Creed, Jr. 

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

Roque, Tammy Elizabeth 

Natchez, Louisiana 

Sanders, Charles Eugene, Jr. 

Alexandria, Louisiana 



116 • Freshmen 





CLASS OF '84 




Sandifer, Dean Preston 
Shreveport, Louisiana 
Sanson, Trudy Head 
West Monroe, Louisiana 
Sartor, Frank Balfour 
Monroe, Louisiana 
Seib, Paul Michael 
New Orleans, Louisiana 
Singdahlsen, Anna Marie 
Horner 
Shreveport, Louisiana 

Smith, Dane Edward 
Shreveport, Louisiana 
Smith, Ed Ray 
Sulphur, Louisiana 
Smith, Verna Anderson 
Shreveport, Louisiana 



St. Clergy, Rosemary 
Marksville, Louisiana 
Stenklyft, Gerald Hilding, Jr. 
Kokomo, Indiana 
Strauss, Andrew Kenneth 
Lake Charles, Louisiana 



Tanner, Charles W., Jr. 
Springhill, Louisiana 
Taylor, Suzanne Martin 
Shreveport, Louisiana 
Taylor, Valerie 
Rayville, Louisiana 
Thomas, John Robert 
Boyce, Louisiana 
Torrence, Leamon Garrett, Jr. 
Springhill, Louisiana 



Turner, Michael Olen 
Bastrop, Louisiana 
Vicroy, Theresa Gay 
Ponchatoula, Louisiana 
Vines, Richard Van, III 
Monroe, Louisiana 
Walker, Gudrun Stock 
Shreveport, Louisiana 



Walker, Mary Wendell 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 
Weissmann, James Warren 
Covington, Louisiana 
Willis, Barbara Fay 
Homer, Louisiana 



Willis, Melinda 
Homer, Louisiana 
Winder, James Bernard, III 
New Orleans, Louisiana 
Yetman, Robert Joseph 
Minden, Louisiana 



Freshmen • 217 



SCHOOL OF 

ALLIED HEALTH CARE 

PROFESSIONS 

Department Of Medical 
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Robert Paul Day berry 



Amy Jones 




Charles Smith 



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Mary Woodring 



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Hilda Anderson 



Jeanette Barrow 



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SCHOOL 



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Microbiology 





Physiology 



Stephen B. Pruett 

Microbiology 



Kevin Dellsperger 

Physiology 



Vicky Hall 

Microbiology 




Anne F. Jackson 

Physiology 







Varee Phromphetcharat 

Physiology 



Susan Uhrich 

Physiology 



Deborah J. Watkins 

Physiology 



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Nick Goeders 

Pharmacology 



Charles M. Henley 

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Pharmacology 



Ann T. Watson 

Pharmacology 







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Biochemistry 



Emmett F. Jones 

Biochemistry 



Keith M. Nathan 

Biochemistry 



Cynthia B. Peterson 

Biochemistry 



Don Sibley 

Biochemistry 



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OFFICERS 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Senior Representatives 

Junior Representatives 

Sophomore Representatives 

Freshman Representatives 

Graduate Representative 
Linwood Representative 
Student Union Chairman 



Tommy Roberts 

Paul Davis 

Richard Ballard 

David Bryan 

Marc Spurlock 

Al Karam 

Gary Jones 

Keith Christy 

Ron Taylor 

Doug Nelson 

Michael Turner 

Rosemary St. Clergy 

Charles Henley 

Glen Ledbetter 

Robert Lahasky 




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Top Left-Robert Lahasky, Rosemary St. Clergy, and Charles Henley; Top Right-Doug Nelson; Middle Left-Keith Christy and John Baker; Middle Right- 
Richard Ballard; Bottom Left-Marc Spurlock and Terry Tugwell; Bottom Middle-Glen Ledbetter; Bottom Right-Paul Davis. 



Organizations 



The Shreveport Medical Society gives student members a link 
for input to the American Medical Association. Monthly meet- 
ings feature such speakers as Dr. Ralph Riggs, AMA Delegate 
from Louisiana. President Tony Alleman, Vice-President Marc 
Spurlock, and Mark Grubb, Secretary-Treasurer coordinate the 
club's business meetings. Teri Barr was this years delegate to the 
National AMA Meeting in Chicago, with Scott Cassingham cho- 
sen as alternate. 





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This year, the American Medical Women's Asso- 
ciation geared its meetings to inform and educate its 
members. Medical specialties were discussed by 
various practicing physicians as to advantages or 
disadvantages for women. The Rape Crisis Center 
presented to members an opportunity to become 
involved in the care of the rape victim. Chris Rodri- 
guez, President, Elaine High, Secretary-Treasurer, 
and Teri Barr, President-Elect led the active group 
this year. 




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The Pulse 




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Seniors 


George Pope 
Marc Spurlock 


Junior 


Darrell Barnett 


Sophomores 


Teri Barr 
Dawn Knight 


Freshman 


Dane Smith 


Photographers 


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Sharon Werntz 


Ad Coordinator 


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Organizations • 155 




Senior AOA Members 
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Thomas Sanders, Allen Knowles, Durwin Walker, Wanda Knight, 



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Above- Junior AOA Members: Janet Brown, Susan Pintado, and Dave Rayburn. Right- 
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visiting professor lecture. This year, Ray- 
mond H. Kaufman, M.D. enlightened stu- 
dents on the subject of "Principles For 
Practice." AOA membership is the highest 
scholastic honor that a medical student can 
achieve. Dr. Joseph E. Loewenstein, the fac- 
ulty advisor, coordinates chapter activities 
in order to maintain professional ideals 
among medical students. 




:nior AOA Members: Rodney Wise, Cheryl Stogner, Ray Watts, and Michael Neill. 



Dr. Joseph E. Loewenstein 




e Synapse, LSUMC's newspaper, is p 
wished on a semi-regular schedule, depending 
upon flow of student input as well as pertinent 
memos from the administration. Articles range 
from light humor to important announcements. 
Regular readers always manage to stay informed. 
This year's editor is Scott Cassingham. 



Organizations • 15 



The Wives' Club has been especially active this year winning at 
the start with a Bingo party for the new wives. The ladies kept a 
full calendar with participation in the Open Market at St. Vincent 
Mall in order to raise funds for Christian Services organization as 
well as initiating projects to benefit the Rutherford House. The 
annual Style Show set the stage for a fashionable spring. Educa- 
tional seminars sponsored by the club included a Lamaze tech- 
nique discussion for expectant mothers. The wine and cheese 
party was only another course in the club's well-balanced year. 





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camp-outs, good food, and a sense of 
well being? The Baptist Student Union 
prides itself on its ability to slip into the 
busy schedule of a medical student and 
become time well spent. President Doug 
Nelson had the task of coordinating the 
popular free lunch and devotional stud- 
ies. Chaplain Cleatice Sipes provided ex- 
ceptional leadership for a strong group. 



trgamzations • 



Every year the Family Practice Club strives to help 
its student members prepare for the future. Many of 
the aspects of the total care physician are difficult to 
anticipate and the guidance of an experienced prac- 
tioner is invaluable. Monthly speakers provided infor- 
mation to help the soon-to-be doctors avoid the nu- 
merous pitfalls of private practice. Robert Lahasky and 
Teri Barr were coordinators for the group with Dr. 
Marion Cash as sponsor. 





Family Practice Club 




Coordinators Robert Lahasky and Teri Barr 




162 • Organizations 




Our Friends • 165 



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We Express Our Sincerest Gratitude 
Thank You For Your Loyal Support 

The PULSE Staff 

ENDOWMENTS 



JAMES R. BERGERON, M.D. 
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DR. AND MRS. STANFORD SHELBY 

ROSS C. TILBURY, M.D. 



BENEFACTORS 



DR. AND MRS. RALPH W. BAUCUM, JR. 

DRS. BAYS AND HEROLD 

DR. AND MRS. CHARLES L. BLACK 

BONE AND JOINT CLINIC 

DR. AND MRS. C. E. BOYD 

DR. L. T. GRAHAM, JR. 

DRS. BENDEL JOHNSON, HOYET L. 

CHANCE AND TOMMY MOOK 
DR. AND MRS. JOSEPH A. LITTLE 



DR. AND MRS. DONALD G. MACK 
DR. AND MRS. JOHN C. MARSHALL 
DR. AND MRS. C. H. McCULLER 

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THE ORTHOPEDIC CLINIC 

HAROLD R. BICKNELL, M.D. 
MR. AND MRS. GEORGE M. POPE 
DR. AND MRS. CHARLES R. SIAS 
DR. AND MRS. CLARENCE H. WEBB 



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SPONSORS 



Dr. and Mrs. N. J. Bender 

T. G. Biggs, Jr., M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. Charles L. Black, Jr. 

Dr. and Mrs. Grover Black 

Louis A. Breffeilh, M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. R. Don Brown 

Linus Carroll, M.D. 

Roy G. Clay, Jr., M.D. 

Jack S. Coussons, M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Deas 

Michael Ellis, M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. Larry J. Embree 

Michael O. Fleming, M.D. 

Ronald B. George, M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. L. I. Goldman 

Dr. and Mrs. Warren D. Grafton 

Reggie and Phyllis Graves 

D. W. Greve, M.D. 

Alan B. Grosbach, M.D. 

Robert C. Hall 

Dr. and Mrs. Marion D. Hargrove, Jr. 

Dr. and Mrs. Donald K. Haynes 

Alice Baker Holoubek, M.D. and 

J. E. Holoubek, M.D. 
Dr. Jean Hunter 
James W. Johnson, M.D. 
Elaine F. Jones 
Peter S. Kapernick, M.D. 
Emil and Jeanne Kotcher 
Richard B. Langford, M.D. 
Edward H. Leatherman, M.D. 
Lawrence E. L'Herisson, M.D. 



Drs. Joseph and Barbara Manno 

Dr. and Mrs. Norman L. Mauroner 

Dr. and Mrs. George R. Meneely 

W. Michael Monsour, D.D.S. 

Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Mullen 

W. A. McBride, M.D. 

Jim McDonald 

Cecilia T. Nervez, M.D. 

Charn Nopajaroonsri 

Dr. and Mrs. Joe Edward Penny 

John B. Pietsch, M.D. 

Jack W. Pou, M.D. 

Joyce and Helmut Redetzki 

Dr. and Mrs. Adrian F. Reed 

Dr. and Mrs. Perry G. Rigby 

Guilford and Catharine Rudolph 

Dr. and Mrs. Richard Seibold, Jr. 

Edward C. Simonton, M.D. 

Albert G. Smith 

Donald R. Smith, M.D. 

John Stewart 

Dr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Strain, Jr. 

William Frank Tenney, M.D. 

Horace E. Thompson, M.D. 

Herbert D. Tucker, M.D. 

William Y. Tucker, Jr., M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. Burton C. West 

Worth S. Wilkinson, M.D. 

Bruce and Susan Williams 

Winder-Turk Dermatology, PC 

Drs. Mary and Charles Wood 

Dr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Bocchini, Jr. 



PATRONS 



Dr. and Mrs. John H. Allen 

Dr. Ralph B. Armstrong 

George Belchic, Jr., M.D. 

Stephen T. Brown, III, M.D. 

Mark W. Callaway, M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert C. Clawson 

John and Mary Dailey 

Dr. and Mrs. Paul B. Daron 

David L. DeSha 

Mayo Drake 

Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Eisenberg 

Heinz K. Faludi, M.D. 

Marjorie R. Fowler, M.D. 

James P. Ganley, M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. E. Gonzalez 

Mary Sue Hack, J.D. 

Ralph J. Henderson, Jr., Ph.D. 

R. S. Hendrick, M.D. 

Mark and Mary Alice Middlebrooks 



Melvin F. Johnson, M.D. 

Virginia Lash 

Dr. and Mrs. Harold B. Levy 

Dr. and Mrs. Daniel H. Mattson 

Marshall T. Metzgar, M.D. 

Dr. R. P. Misra 

George M. McCormick, II, M.D. 

Kenneth F. McMartin, Ph.D. 

Anita C. Olson Ph.D. 

Venedict M. Osetinsky, M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert S. Picard 

Sudha A. Rao 

Drs. Daniel and Marina Sanusi 

Joseph Charles Schaefer, M.D. 

Dr. Gene W. Slagle 

Dennis D. Venable, M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. Gerald N. Weiss 

Ida M. Welch 



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MECHANICAL 
INC. 



Plumbing, Heating, And 
Air Conditioning 

531 West 61st St. 
Shreveport, LA 



Now 20 locations 
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CONGRATULATIONS 

DOCTORS 

We Are Proud 
You Came To Shreveport 

To Grow With Us 



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Compliments Of 

Bobby L. Greene 
Plumbing & Heating Co., Inc. 

2630 Midway 

Shreveport, Louisiana 

Ph. 631-0235 



Compliments Of 
Pat Cordaro 

Mama Mia's Cafe &. 

Pub 

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A good place to work 



KAST METALS 
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HAWKEYE STEEL CASTING DIVISION 

MID-CONTINENT STEEL CASTING DIVISION 

TIGER STEEL CASTING DIVISION 

THE HICA CORPORATION 



PO Box 6611 M. Shreveport Louisiana 71 106 
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PRIMARY CARE PHYSICIANS NEEDED 
TO SERVE NORTH LOUISIANA'S FASTEST 
GROWING POPULATION 

With a total parish population of 80,000, please 
consider the unlimited opportunity that awaits you in 
Bossier City. Bossier Medical Center is a fast growing, 
progressive hospital that will provide you with excellent " 
facilities for your patients. 

Locate where you are needed and wanted and can make 
an important contribution to a dynamic community. 



FOR INFORMATION AND ASSISTANCE CONTACT: 
DAVID M. BEACH 
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR 
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-Compliments Of- 

MASTER PLUMBING CO. 

Plumbing • Heating • Drain Cleaning 

237 Peyton Colquitt PL 

Shreveport, LA 71115 

Ph. 797-0301 



Sam Cicero 



John Parker 




Best Wishes from 




WILLIS-KNIGHTON 
MEDICAL CENTER 



2600 Greenwood Road 
Shreveport, Louisiana 71103 



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PUT YOUR MONEY WHERE 
YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD IS. 



THAT'S WHERE \OULL FIND 
LOUISIANA BANK. 



Louisiana Bank has convenient full service 
locations, and 24-hour BUDDY locations, all 
over town. You'll find that you live or work 
near a Louisiana Bank branch. And that's where 
you'll find courteous, friendly people to help 
you. And after regular banking hours, you 
have a BUDDY at Louisiana Bank. 



LOUISIANA BANK & TRUST CO. 



MEMBER ED I.C 



SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA 



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LuChem Pharmaceuticals, Inc., 
Shreveport, Louisiana 71106 



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